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Northwestern State University’s Hope for Heroes Project was hosted by the President’s Leadership Program (PLP). From left are Emily Settle, Bank of Montgomery-USDA loan assistant; Madison DuPont, PLP Hope for Heroes chair; Ismael Cistillo, PLP member; and Gretchen Dauzat, Bank of Montgomery’s Washington Street branch manager. Not pictured are Kristina Curley, Zach Gordon, Jude Graham, Chris Herbert and Rachel Taylor.
Northwestern State University’s Hope for Heroes Project was hosted by the President’s Leadership Program (PLP). From left are Emily Settle, Bank of Montgomery-USDA loan assistant; Madison DuPont, PLP Hope for Heroes chair; Ismael Cistillo, PLP member; and Gretchen Dauzat, Bank of Montgomery’s Washington Street branch manager. Not pictured are Kristina Curley, Zach Gordon, Jude Graham, Chris Herbert and Rachel Taylor.
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Name: Vanner (Van) Erikson

 Title: Assistant Director of Alumni and Development

 Years at NSU: 3

 Job description: As Assistant Director of Alumni and Development at NSU, I function as a development officer for the foundation and a liaison with alumni through the Alumni Association.  I’m responsible for websites, social media, event planning, stewardship, community involvement and fundraising. 

Why I like working at Northwestern State: I love working at NSU because every day I get to work with family, rather than coworkers.  Everyone who works at Northwestern State generally cares for each other, the students and the mission of the university.  I love the family oriented environment, which was the initial reason I came to NSU for my undergraduate degree.  Every day that I show up to work, I know that I can benefit the university in some way, which helps keep me passionate about the job I do.  I love the school and the community that surrounds the school, and I’m thankful for the opportunity to stay at Northwestern State and in Natchitoches.

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